I really enjoy using TikTok, but making content for it regularly can be tough. TikTok suggests posting 1-4 times every day to get more views and followers. But when you’re a marketer handling many other social media platforms and planning campaigns, posting that often on TikTok is a big job.
So, how can marketers and creators like me make more videos without it being overwhelming? One solution is using AI. I’ve talked to content creators who say AI helps them a lot. It cuts down their work a ton and does tasks that took hours in just minutes.
Thinking about that, I’m going to make a TikTok video using AI. I’ll show you how I do it. Let’s begin!
How to Make a TikTok using AI?
Let’s create a brief TikTok video sharing some fascinating facts about healthy foods.
1. Use AI to Find Keywords.
To discover trending keywords linked to healthy food facts, I’ll start by using VidIQ’s AI keyword generator. VidIQ is primarily made for YouTube videos and scripts, but it offers a free AI keyword generator.
This tool is handy for finding keywords that can enhance your videos, drawing in viewers whether you’re on YouTube or any other platform, such as TikTok.
2. ChatGPT to Generate a Video Script
Using ChatGPT to create a script has been an interesting experience. Here’s the 30-second script it generated for a TikTok video-sharing fun facts about healthy food, incorporating keywords like “nutrition tips,” “facts about organic food,” and “superfood benefits”:
[Scene: Host in a vibrant kitchen, holding a bowl of colorful salad]
Host: Hey TikTok fam! Need quick nutrition tips, organic food facts, or superfood benefits? Let’s dive in! [Text: “🌱 Healthy Food Fun Facts 🌱”]
Host: (Energetic) Did you know a balanced diet boosts energy and mood? Eating healthy lifts spirits! [Text: “Organic Goodness”]
Host: (Excited) Organic foods have fewer pesticides and more antioxidants. Better for you and our planet! [Text: “Superfood Magic”]
Host: (Enthusiastic) Superfoods like kale and berries are packed with vitamins, keeping you strong and healthy! [OUTRO]
Host: (Holding up salad bowl) Quick bites of nutrition tips, organic food facts, and superfood benefits. Share with your foodie friends and let’s nourish together! 🥗🌟
[Upbeat Music Fades Out]
It’s important to note that while ChatGPT can be helpful, it might not always provide the most current information, so fact-checking is crucial. I took the script, researched, and updated the information for accuracy.
The script seamlessly integrates the keywords and maintains an upbeat, casual tone suitable for TikTok. I appreciate how ChatGPT suggests on-screen text and host delivery, making the content more engaging.
3. Creating a TikTok Video with AI
Finally, the video creation phase is here. After exploring various AI video tools, I stumbled upon InVideo. This platform employs AI to craft videos for different channels, including social media.
One of its standout features is the AI Text-to-Video tool, enabling users to input their script and swiftly transform it into a video. Even better, it offers a template named “Trendy Healthy Food Trends List Slideshow,” aligning perfectly with my video’s theme. So, it’s time to give it a spin and see how it works for this project.
Once I select the healthy food template, InVideo directs me to its interface, which I’ve fondly labeled as the virtual studio. Although it doesn’t bear that official title, that’s how I see it. Within this “studio,” there’s an AI feature for script creation. However, I already have a script, courtesy of ChatGPT. Therefore, I’ll input the script generated by ChatGPT, remove any host-related notes, and proceed to click on “Create Scenes.”
In just a matter of seconds, InVideo swiftly processed the script I provided along with the chosen template, generating a complete video. Within the platform, there’s a range of tools at my disposal to fine-tune the video according to my preferences. I have the flexibility to incorporate a voiceover, include a logo, and select background music to enhance the final product.
Users can add voiceovers through automated text-to-speech, upload pre-recorded audio files, or even record their voice directly within the platform. This flexibility allows for diverse ways of incorporating voice elements into the video creation process.
Hence, making that video took around 10 minutes. If I knew how to use InVideo better, it might have taken less time. While I won’t rely on AI for all my creative work, I’d definitely consider using it again for short videos like trivia, announcements, or showing off products/services.
It really helps make creating 1 to 4 videos a day much easier, especially for someone in marketing.